Radio Si coordinates and prepares various shows about Euripean affairs, which are broadcast on the news programmes and special shows of Radio Slovenija. Of the 70 minutes of programming a week, the biggest portion goes to news and information broadcasts, although there is also a special weekly show.
About ten years ago, Michael moved from New York to his new home in Slovenia. In this weekly show, he looks at the things he’s learned (or tried to learn) while settling down in his new home. From language to culture to everything else, it’s a light-hearted look at what it means to live in Slovenia and how to become a proud Slovene.
Today’s journalism rarely offers a chance to get behind the face of many people in our society. My Life, My Music offers conversations that allow time to understand how the guest has reached their goals and what is important to them. Along with 8 tracks of music chosen by the guest the programme takes a journey though many different personal philosophies with inspirational guests from all walks of life.
Second hand looks at the trend of recycling existing music in the form of samples, remixes and covers - although sometimes these modifications are actually flagrant violations of copyright laws... Some artists use without acknowledging where they got it, so we decided to take a closer look. The result: a huge number of hits are credited to the wrong musician, while the people who really wrote it remain ignored. Listen to the original and the adaptation and familiarize yourself with what's going on in the music industry - you'll be surprised by how many of your idols have built their reputation on the shoulders of others.
We are introducing Slovenia’s most attractive tourist offers for visitors from abroad. In general, foreign visitors are mostly drawn to the most famous places, like the Lake Bled resort, Ljubljana castle, Postojna cave, the coastal town of Piran etc. But the project Slovenia’s hidden gems aims to remind our audiences of the many other excellent locations and experiences that are also a must, in order to get a deeper feel of the country’s rich traditions, including cuisine, culture and other unique and innovative (but secret) tourist attractions. Please give us your proposals for any unique location, service or tourist offer, that you would definitely share with foreign visitors to Slovenia. The best rated suggestions and ideas will then be tested by foreigners living, working or studying in Slovenia (members of our Radio Si International Club). They will then share their experiences with our audience in a show and on our Radio Si website www.sloveniashiddengems.si, introducing the excellent providers, too. At the end of the season, it will be time for all of you to vote among the 20 excellent finalists and pick three winners, who will receive the »Slovenia’s hidden gem 2018« award. On-Air: every other WED at 11:20; SAT, 00:20, SUN, 14:20
We take a peek into the lives of foreign students living in Slovenia. Did they come to party, study or just shake up their everyday lives? What makes these young people tick and what do they think about the country they've come to? Listen to the challenges they face and what they miss from home. Has this experience changed them? Are they considering staying here? Every Monday at 11:25 only on Radio Si. Do you want to share your experience? Just write to email@example.com and maybe you are our next guest.
Interesting people from around Slovenia gather to discuss some of the most interesting topics of the day. Our guests debate and share their opinions on all facets of life in the country. At a running time of 45 minutes, it's possible to get an in-depth perspective on the hottest topics of the day. From Jugoslavia to Slovenia, finance, international business, tourism, journalism, education and health.